A military dad shares what he experienced at Spring Canyon's Father Teen Adventure.
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Given the description in Ephesians 6 of the spiritual battle raging around us, what can we do to prepare for the moral ambushes upon us from the enemy and avoid becoming a spiritual casualty? This article explores 6 tactics to help you avoid becoming a spiritual casualty.
Since returning from my tour, I am continually reminded of something I once heard, freedom has a taste to those who have fought for it, and almost died, that the protected will never know. Since the earliest days of our nation, every generation of Americans has answered the call to duty in times of peace and war.
As they Experience, Serve, and Lead at White Sulphur Springs, the EXSEL Discipleship interns are helping military members and their families realize the restoration needed in these challenging times.
We cannot allow ourselves to be defeated by perceptions that Christian activities will not be tolerated in the military.
Contact: Col Scotty & Joelyn Nowlin, USAF (Ret), Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Additional contact: LtCol Brian and Delaine Wilhoite, USMC (Ret), email@example.com
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In this episode, we chat with Commander Brian Haggerty, USN, and he’s going to talk about biblical leadership using the analogy of tools you might find in a toolbox. These tools are based on an article Commander Haggerty wrote for Command magazine a few years ago.
Local Leader: MAJ Brian and Christi Boyles, USA, Email: email@example.com, Cell: (253) 888-6950, Day & Time: Thur 1830 - 1930, Dessert and Fellowship following the study. Kids welcome, childcare available.